Wolf is a celebration of the gray wolf in North America. Although this symbol of the wild was once the most widely distributed land mammal in the northern hemisphere, today it numbers fewer than two thousand in the contiguous United States. Except in Minnesota, all wolves in the lower forty-eight states are endangered. In Canada and Alaska there is more reason for optimism; there may be seventy thousand gray wolves north of the forty-ninth parallel. One of the best photography collections ever published on these elusive creatures. Photography by Thomas Kitchin and Victoria Hurst (1994)
About the authors
Bruce Obee is a Vancouver Island writer and photographer. The author of several books, his work has appeared in National Geographic, anadian Geographic and Travel and Leisure, among other publications. He lives on Vancouver Island’s Saanich Peninsula.